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Some 75,000 residents of Khan Younis and the Rafah receive drinking water from the plant, which is only partially operational.
The logic of leading peace through water diplomacy is further strengthened when one considers the broader instability of the region.
The US has been hit with several devastating storms recently.
“The autonomous HydroCamel II integrates state-of-the-art technologies, including high-level maneuvering in six degrees of freedom and an ability to dive almost vertically,” said Prof. Hugo Guterman.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Advice for the millions of people who plan to fast during the holiest day of the year.
As the lake is an ecological lake it might appear green for the first few weeks because of the seaweed. However this is safe for animals, trees and people.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
NUFiltration sending $15,000 worth of water purification systems to beleaguered country
By ELIANA SCHREIBER
Watergen's rapid technology uses the “air we breathe” and converts it into “the most premium quality drinking water,” the start-up says on its website.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
The suit documents massive contamination from Rotem Amfert Negev and Dead Sea Priclase Fused Products of the Havurat Yehudah aquifer.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The beta version of Quarterback is now available for League of Legends and will expand to additional eSports titles in the upcoming months.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
Water towers were erected to regulate the water pressure in inhabited areas. But from the start they had more than one purpose.
By TEHILA BIGMAN
In Jerusalem, classified as socioeconomic Cluster 3, the residents consume an average of 38 cubic meters of water per capita each year
By DAFNA SHEMER
While it may contribute little, nutritionally speaking, water (not flour) is in fact bread’s magic ingredient. Without it there would be no bread, just an inedible, not cohesive mix of dried powders.
By LES SAIDEL
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